Film still: WOR
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"What's Up, Doc?" Documentaries at British Shorts 2007–2018
Documentary / Experimental / Animation / Comedy
A selection of thrilling, very entertaining and impressive documentaries from British Shorts editions 2007–2018.
|Directed By Tweedie (Documentary), R.: Duncan Cowles, 16:00 Min.|
As granddad ‘Tweedie’ reluctantly takes up his new role as a filmmaker, we’re invited to examine the joys and difficulties of communication between the generations.
| Black Sheep (Documentary), R.: Christian Cerami, 16:00 Min.|
Black Sheep follows two brothers from the North of England and their adolescent curiosity for the right-wing EDL.
| 31 (Documentary/Experimental), R.: Hilow, 2:20 Min.|
London's Trellick Tower is one of the most recognisable Brutalist buildings in the UK. This film opens up the building and bridges two complementary cultures, skateboarding and architecture.
|Art For Lawyers (Documentary/Animation), R.: Rory Waudby-Tolley, 9:00 Min.|
An animation filmmaker is part of an artist in residence programme of an international law firm. But what shall he do there?
|Polaris (Documentary), R.: Chico Pereira, 14:35 Min.|
The daily routine of Philippine deep-sea fishermen in Scotland.
|Scandinavia Café (Documentary), R.: Julia Elger, 4:50 Min.|
A short portrait of a Cafe in Luton’s High Town, its customers, laughter, dance and Elvis.
|WOR (Documentary/Music Video), R.: Jim Demuth, 4:49 Min.|
A music video about funfair stunt riders in India.
| Life Inside Islamic State (Documentary/Animation), R.: Scott Coello, 17:00 Min.|
Animated documentary about the experiences of an Arabic activist in the Syrian city of Raqqa after Jihadist took over, as told to the BBC Radio 4 Today's Mike Thomson.
| Pickle (Documentary/Animation), R.: Amy Nicholson, 15:00 Min.|
Pickle is an ode to man's capacity to care for all creatures throughout their sometimes greatly protracted existence until their occasionally sudden and unfortunate demise.